All the 9-patch variation blocks so far. It appears I'm missing a green 9-patch. I think I deconstructed it because it was too dark; I'll have to look for some additional green scraps. The blocks on the left are remnants from last year. I plan to make additional orange and aqua blocks, but I'm not sure about the brown.
The Maverick Stars are also waiting for some aqua and orange blocks. I have a plan for setting these together, but I need to do the math and decide if the quilt will be big enough to make me happy.
I will definitely add orange (cheddar!) to my Scrap Jar Stars in reproduction fabrics. There are a lot of brown repro scraps in the box, so if brown is an RSC color, there will probably be some brown SJS, too.
I did not plan on making Sugar Bowl blocks at the beginning of the year. Sometimes you just have to listen to the creative muse, though. Not sure what I will do with these - they may carry over to next year.
These 4" sawtooth star blocks were inspired by the stars I'm making for Barbara Brackman's Stars in a Time Warp BOW. I was just inspired to make little stars in each month's rainbow color. These will probably carry over to next year, too.
Here's my proudest RSC accomplishment so far this year: my 2014 Rainbow Scrap Sampler is completely pieced. I'm so happy with how this turned out! Even more, I love all the happy memories stitched into the blocks: eagerly awaiting Angela's sampler patterns throughout the month, playing with scraps and piecing, and the sharing of everyone's progress through Angela's weekly linky parties. Many thanks to Angela for creating and sharing this project with all of us!